Manufacturing & Prototyping

Electropolishing for Hydraulics and Pneumatics

Manufacturing components for the hydraulic and pneumatic industries often involve creating the ideal surface finish: neither too rough nor too smooth. When it comes to surface finish, electropolishing can help manufacturers walk that fine line and achieve the ultimate in function.

Posted in: White Papers, Electronics, Coatings & Adhesives

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MC Works64 - 64-bit advanced SCADA featuring 3D Graphics

MC Works64 is an integral software providing a variety of functions and refined user interfaces suitable for social infrastructure fields. Apply this software to comprehend the plant operation state and monitor plant-wide operation to support efficient plant operations. VIEW CATALOG HERE

Posted in: White Papers, Machinery & Automation, Robotics

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Design to Manufacturing: Complete Support for High-Precision Components

The medical device, aerospace, and automotive industries are fast-moving, complex, and highly competitive. They demand suppliers who are willing and able to meet even the most rigorous production requirements, quality standards, and timetables.

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3D Printing Today: How Industry is Using and Benefiting from Additive Manufacturing Technology

Are you currently using or planning to implement 3D printing? Find out how your business compares to the broader industry in this major new study, conducted with NASA Tech Briefs magazine. Among the study's conclusions:

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Products of Tomorrow: June 2015

The technologies NASA develops don’t just blast off into space. They also improve our lives here on Earth. Life-saving search-and-rescue tools, implantable medical devices, advances in commercial aircraft safety, increased accuracy in weather forecasting, and the miniature cameras in our cellphones are just some of the examples of NASA-developed technology used in products today.

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Multi-Material, Multi-Color 3D Printing Creates New Possibilities

Major advances in multi-material, multi-color 3D printing technology are driving a fundamental shift in how people are going about designing, engineering, and manufacturing products. The advanced capabilities of state-of-the-art, multi-material, multi-color systems such as the Objet®500 Connex3™ from Stratasys, are opening up many new applications. Making this possible is the Connex3’s ability to produce high-resolution, highly detailed, and functional parts from even the most complex designs. The Connex3 is the world’s first 3D printer that combines multiple materials and colors in a single build. With it, users can simultaneously tailor a part’s material properties, create sharp and well-defined boundaries between different materials, and achieve a sophisticated look and feel that closely mimics a finished product’s aesthetics. This white paper explores the technology at the heart of the Connex3’s performance, and shows how one customer is benefitting from it in many different ways.

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From Tires to Interiors, Bentley Designs with 3D Printing

When your very name conjures up visions of luxury, quality, and detail, your design studio has to employ the very best minds working with the very best technology. Founded from modest beginnings in England in 1919, Bentley Motors Ltd. is dedicated to making responsive and powerful Grand Tourer automobiles with the stamina to cross continents at speed, in refined comfort and style. Little surprise then, that Bentley should equip its design studio with Objet30 Pro desktop and Objet500 Connex multi-material 3D printers.

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